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The Future of Augmented Reality in Physical Security

Augmented reality (AR) is an emerging technology, but it is emerging on a grand scale and, in the security industry, experts are already analysing how it will impact the landscape, and it seems there is much to be excited about.

Why Choose an NSI NACOSS Gold Approved Company?

National Security Inspectorate (NSI) is the most respected and trusted independent UKAS accredited certification body for the security and fire safety sector.

How to Protect Your Business Premises This Winter

With the colder weather creeping in, it is time to start thinking about getting your business ready for winter, and a winter security plan should feature in your preparations.

A Guide to Perimeter Security Solutions for 2021

From drones and video surveillance to sensors and artificial intelligence, the array of technology related options to bolster perimeter security is on the up.

How Facial Recognition is Transforming the Retail Landscape

Not so long ago, we looked at the merits of artificial intelligence as a powerful technology that can prevent crime and safeguard property.

The Lowdown on Sneak-in Burglaries and What You Can do to Prevent Them

With us all spending more time at home during lockdowns and restrictions, you would think that burglaries would have gone down in number.

The Benefits of an Integrated Security System for Business Premises

A security system that serves multiple functions and that can adapt to individual business needs is a powerful one.

A Guide to CCTV Cameras for Better Business Security

There are many well-promoted benefits of using CCTV to protect your business premises.

A Modern Guide to Security Systems for Schools

There’s a great deal to take into account when devising effective security systems for schools.

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